Many medical conditions can be quickly and effectively treated via telemedicine – including many women’s health issues.
Family Nurse Practitioner, Sharon Zell, founded Intimate Health Telemedicine in 2021, after delivering in-person patient care for more than 25 years. A good deal of her previous experience involved providing women’s healthcare in both private clinics and hospitals. That means, when you choose Intimate Health Telemedicine for your women’s healthcare needs, you can count on getting expert, compassionate, and confidential women’s healthcare – all while you remain in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
Common Women’s Health Conditions We Treat
The range of women’s conditions we can address with telemedicine is immense. Some of the most common among these are listed below. Other common women’s health conditions we can help with include pelvic pain, infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), uterine fibroids, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), stress incontinence, menstrual disorders like heavy periods or painful periods, PMS, and more.
If you don’t see your women’s health condition here, you can request more information during your appointment with Intimate Health Telemedicine. Chances are we can help. Appointments can be made online with our convenient online appointment request form.
Hot flashes, insomnia, mood swings, weight gain, and vaginal dryness are among the most common and frustrating signs and symptoms of menopause. But you don’t have to live with those symptoms. There are a variety of remedies available for most menopause symptoms, including hormones, therapies, and natural remedies that can alleviate symptoms and restore your quality of life. Talk with your healthcare provider about what treatment options might work best for you.
Choosing a type of birth control method and monitoring how well it continues to work for you over time is exactly the type of women’s healthcare service that is particularly well-suited for telemedicine. During your virtual visit with your medical provider, you will discuss your family planning goals, as well as your lifestyle and preferences when it comes to contraception. Many contraceptive methods can be prescribed during a telemedicine visit, including birth control pills, the patch, and a vaginal ring.
Yeast infections, caused by an overgrowth of the candida fungus, are one of the most common types of vaginal conditions women experience. Even so, no matter how common it is, it’s never a pleasant experience. Swelling, intense itchiness, irritation, and vaginal discharge are among the most unpleasant symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection.
Your women’s health provider at Intimate Health Telemedicine will choose the best over-the-counter treatment for you, if that’s all that’s needed. The marketplace today has exploded with choices – and some options are better than others. There are also prescription remedies available that come in the form of pills, creams, ointments, and suppositories, depending on your needs and preferences.
Pelvic Floor Disorders
Your “pelvic floor” is made up of muscles and connective tissue that support organs in the pelvis, such as the bladder, bowel (large intestine), uterus, and vagina.
These muscles weaken over time and can lead to problems such as urinary or fecal incontinence, pain during or after sex, and pelvic organ prolapse (when an organ in the pelvis slips out of place). Pelvic floor disorders are relatively common among older women.
With telemedicine, your provider can review your symptoms and health history, offer insight into some of the most common pelvic floor disorders, and develop a pelvic floor therapy program that utilizes targeted exercises that can help strengthen the muscles in your pelvic floor to help preserve its health and support.
Online Women’s Healthcare and Treatment
If you’ve ever wanted a one-on-one with a women’s healthcare provider who truly cares about what will work for you, give telemedicine a try. At Intimate Health Telemedicine, Family Nurse Practitioner, Sharon Zell, has the experience, knowledge, and compassion you’ve been seeking.
For personalized women’s healthcare and treatment that can’t be beat, request an appointment with Intimate Health Telemedicine using out request a telehealth appointment form now. Our services are available to patients living in numerous states throughout the country.
*Intimate Health Telemedicine should not be used for emergency situations including, but not limited to, trouble breathing and severe chest pain, drug or alcohol overdose, severe bleeding, severe injuries, or for those having suicidal thoughts. For these situations or anyone needing immediate in-person evaluation or treatment, call 911 immediately or go to your nearest emergency room or hospital facility.